The only player missing in the Harambee Stars training camp in France, Michael Olunga, will join his team mates on Thursday 6 June after being released by his Japanese club, Kashiwa Reysol on Tuesday 4 June.
Football Kenya Federation (FKF) and Kashiwa Reysol managed to reach an agreement over the player’s release after an initial statement from the federation that the striker could miss the France camp.
His arrival will see head coach Sebastien Migne have a full house ahead of two friendly matches lined up ahead of the AFCON finals in Egypt.
Harambee Stars will play friendly matches against Madagascar on June 7 in Paris and against the Democratic Republic of Congo on June 15 in Madrid, Spain.
The team will then jet out to Cairo, Egypt, on June 19 in time for the continental showpiece.